Cambozola cheese is a soft-ripened cow's milk cheese from Bavaria, near the Bavarian Alps. The factory-made cheese is quite popular in the U.S. and is a combination of Brie and Gorgonzola. See pairings below.
Cambozola is part of the Blue cheese family. It is a rich and creamy Camembert-type cheese with a bloomy white rind. Beneath its crust, one finds streaks of tangy blue. It is a cheese that is derived from combining Camembert and Gorgonzola (which is one of the oldest known Blue cheeses), hence its name Cambozola.
Use Cambozola on your cheese board and pair it with apples, grapes and pears. Serve with a chilled Chardonnay.
*The name Cambozola is the registered trademark of Kaserei Champignon Hofmeister GmbH&Co. KG.